More discussion needed of the Greek Laptop Statue. It's the most compelling proof I've seen of time travel in quite some time.
You can even see the USB ports.
where's that period guy?
why would the USB ports be round and carved so deep into the relief? Seems more likely those holes were bored in order to support something else, such as a shelf.
Which would be a pretty cool place for a shelf if the object in question is what I think it is, which is some sort of a vanity/compact, the top lid is a mirror, makeup and perfumes are in the lower part. The woman is being attended to by her attendant, it would make sense for that to be exactly what it is, and a cool place for a shelf for someones actual makeup and other things.
Did this, how did this woman from the fifties somehow get ultra high tech mini computer complete with touch technology that wasn't even invented until nintendo in 2005?
And I'm sure people love when you go to parties and call everyone sheep.
I wasn't implying otherwise. It could definitely a mirror or a box. If it were a wax tablet used for temporarily and quickly taking notes or recording data, the design would make perfect sense. The function of the upper lid would probably be to keep the wax protected from contacting other objects which might scratch or smudge it, thus erasing the writing on it.
And just for clarification, this is the image depicting the stylus in question.
You're officially all retarded
even if it wasn't a wax tablet, it could easily be a open box of jewelry or other display type thing, which, glass and plastic manufacture notwithstanding, would be a lot more common back then than a laptop would be.
this whole meme is bait, stick to the Antikythera device and Atlantis ruins
Where is the spirit gone? It will be a pleasure for me to crack your sceptic minds, yum yum!
Looks more like sound ports to me, but whatever.
The issue with "proof" like that is that it can easily be dismissed as a hoax, no matter how real it seems. We need time travel to the present before it can be publicly acknowledged as evidence of the immediate future.
Sounds like an electronic device to me. Probably uses e-ink. I'd have to take a closer look at the research that indicates it was a wax tablet rather than a tablet that shined as if made of wax. Shiny objects are actually pretty distinctive of plastic era technology. Wax is one of the few artificial shiny substances other than refine metals, and plastic wouldn't be confused for a metal.
O man the retardation is real here, you guys will literally grasp at fucking anything to make it seem out of ordinary.
"Clearly has to be a laptop, nothing other than a laptop has holes on the side of it in that shape herp derp derp derp derp"
No not really, looks like a jewelry box that has grooves in it to fit onto a shelf or something.
Not to mention no one brought up the Antikythera mechanism to add why a laptop would be possible in Ancient Greece.
Honestly just comes off like people grasping at straws.
dont be stupid. those are p/s2 connections.
their time travel altered history and we now use usb stuff but the original time line never had usb but they changed the coding method not connection terminals